Last Updated on January 30, 2020 by Naeem Javid Muhammad Hassani
TYPES OF AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHS:
(camera axis directed between horizontal and vertical). Oblique photographs are further
classified into two categories:
- High oblique: High oblique are those photographs in which the horizon (place where earth meets sky) is visible. This is illustrated as: (Pretend the pic to be an aerial photo: here the horizon is visible_ a picture of PFI students from left: Mubbashir, Raja Asif, Abrar, Sarmad, Changazi, Lal Tahir, Nazir, Arshad, Sher Kurd, Sharaf Khan, Arifullah, and Ashfaq)
- Low oblique: Those photographs in which the horizon is not visible although its position can be recorded on the film by means of mirror attachment. This is illustrated as: (Here the horizon is not visible_ a picture of PFI students at mangroves: from left: Abrar Ahmed, Naeem Javid, Kamran Zarif, and Imran Shafee)
Following figure illustrates the geometry of vertical, oblique, and horizontal photographs:
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